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...BLENDED OR MIXED SESSIONS?
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Most people start psychotherapy / counselling not really knowing what method will work best for them. We may start off with a face to face session then switch to online chat or Skype, or we may combine one with another depending on your circumstances. Some clients choose to start with online chat immediately, as it offers not only convenience but the additional option of remaining anonymous should you prefer. Sometimes this is helpful when working with issues that feel too difficult to say out loud, or you may feel that you can get to your issues quicker by not having to sit opposite a counsellor. Whatever method you choose for therapy is absolutely fine, as long as it works for you and feels right. Each option has its own advantages, it all depends on what suits you best your individual circumstances.

 I am flexible at all times to ensure that you have easy access to my therapeutic services, regardless of what method you choose. My unique and blended therapeutic service remains the same, whether you choose to see me face to face, chat online, through email, via text or Skype, or talk over the phone.

As an experienced counsellor and psychotherapist, I have undergone specialist training which allows me to work with young people and adults using a range of therapy platforms which include face-to-face, online chat, e-therapy, phone, Skype and text therapy.

In my friendly, professional, therapeutic practice, I provide privacy, confidentiality and work within safe boundaries at all times. I adhere to the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) Ethical Framework for the Counselling Professions. I am also fully insured, DBS checked and undergo regular training updates and supervision.

Below are my range of easy to access therapy platforms:

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If you would like to make an appointment with Lindsay you can use the online booking form to choose the type of session to suit you (Face to Face, Online Chat, E-Therapy, Phone Therapy, Skype Therapy, Text).

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